There are things you can forgive. Like all the clichés put in, sub-stories that are thrown in just to fill the movie (running time wise) and other things in that vain. But if you have chemistry that is practically non existent (how could it, even with a montage at the end, that tries to put things together ... no luck with that), the least that should be possible, is the humor.
Even there it fails mostly. Which is a surprise since Bully (Michael Herbig), the guy making this movie and starring in it, is known for being funny. And he has a certain charisma, even when he's up to no good (no meant literally). He's not enough, since the real lead actors are struggling. The put on "redemption" qualities do not work. The predictable turns and twists are just ridiculous ... We know Mr. Herbig can do better than this generic movie suggests, so let's file this one under "forgettable" and move on (haven't seen the TV show, but am not tempted too after watching the movie)
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